and got the tape feed instead. so we had to, uh, dismantle part of that vcr. they did? mm-hmm. oh, that's a bummer. yeah. probably ruined the tape, too. ruined somebody's afternoon. okay. kara spak, from chicago, illinois. saved a man. well, it's-- a little bit, i was-- she's a savior. she's a heroine. well, alex, i was on my way to get my morning bagel, and i live in an area of chicago where the "l" track isn't elevated. it's actually flush with the road, and i was in my car, um, the gates were coming down, and a cyclist decided to make a run for it and try and beat the train, and he got conked on the head with the gate, so i ran out of my car and pulled him and his bike off the train tracks. good. so it's a good reminder that, uh, bike, foot, or car, you never beat the train. yeah. and the lights start flashing before the gate comes down. plenty of time. when the lights flash-- i just passed my driver's test recently. yeah, that's right. when the lights flash, you stop, yo-yo. all right, claire, you have command of the board. make a selection, please. uh, alliteration for $600.